Via its Frenzy snap option you can take quick snap of all the presented fonts. Moreover you can arrange, print, view and delete these fonts again via its ReFrenzy option. Since it shows the entire previously installed fonts picture so you can easily install some new fonts. Frenzy man acts like a complete font management tool, allowing you to add new fonts, install, delete, unload and store selected fonts and much more. Above all it’s a freeware and takes very less time for download.
The need for such an application can be easily explained by the following argument: every application that you install (especially text processing software) comes with its own set of fonts, which tend to overcrowd the system and slow it down at times. Since uninstalling those applications won’t remove the fonts as well, a solution such as FontFrenzy 1.51 premium is more than welcomed. In order to accomplish its purpose, it is bundled with all sorts of features that will get you in control of your font collection.
It did, so we ran the Refrenzy tool. FontFrenzy patched displayed both sets of fonts we’d saved, the complete set of installed fonts and the back-up folder of removed fonts. We selected the latter folder, and FontFrenzy 1.51 registered quickly restored all fonts. However, since everything seemed to work fine with just the Windows fonts, we’d probably just keep things Defrenzied. The FrenzyMan tool lets you select various fonts and commands by checkboxes, and there’s an interesting Repair Fonts Folder command on the Tools menu, too.
- Its Defrenzy option does not support all the window versions and other operating systems
- You can delete all the useless fonts
- You can store these deleted fonts in a folder and use it afterwards
- The software looked interesting and would have been a time-saver in terms of reducing the memory hit the fonts incur. The main gripe I have is that the publisher chose to mislead the CNet users by saying it’s free when it’s not free. It’s Nagware.
- can revert your fonts back to defaultsmall basic font viewer/managerfree
- Free. Thats about it.
- In all, I’m very satisfied with the operation of this program. Besides being able to manage your font collection, all the view and preview features are in it too. I suggest you try it I think you’ll like it.
- I downloaded a font manager that allows you to use fonts without installing them. I used this to get rid of all but the default fonts.If you need to get a default font back, download Microsoft Power Point Viewer. It installs the same font pack as Windows.
- Any dolt can use it!
- Not very intuitive. Read the help file before you do anything (it’s pretty good).
Windows comes with so many fonts you’d need a warehouse for them all if they were old-fashioned metal typesets. Digital fonts are virtual, but they do consume disk space and memory. They can slow down your boot-up if you’ve got a lot of them, which is quite possible if you’ve installed any software. Lots of programs add their own font sets, and Windows loads them all every time you start your PC. FontFrenzy Full Version license code from Sound Doctrine is a free utility that can boost your system’s performance by removing and backing up all non-Windows fonts. Most programs will run just fine with Windows fonts, and you can restore program-specific fonts on demand. FontFrenzy 1.51 Full Version portable also offers some interesting font-management capabilities, such as the option to preview, remove, and update selected fonts.
System Requirements for FontFrenzy 1.51:
- Author Sound Doctrine
- Last version 1.51